~ Singapore Poetry : Individual Poets ~

 

Boey Kin Cheng

De Souza, Dudley. Boey Kim Cheng. IN Benson, Eugene & Conolly, L. W., eds. Encyclopedia of post-colonial literatures in English. London: Routledge, 1994. Pp. 133. [PR19 Enc]

Koh, Buck Song. Review of Somewhere-bound. Singapore Book World, 19:37-38, 1989/90. [Z464.12 SBW]

Lim, Shirley. Singapore: too much presence for young. Straits Times, Nov. 2, 1996. [Microfilm]

 

Goh Poh Seng

Gabriel, Matilda. Review of Bird with one wing. Singapore Book World, 14:55-57, 1983. [Z464.12 SBW]

Kemp, Jan. Goh Poh Seng - Some words. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 80-88. [PL5145 Cri]

Kemp, Jan. Invention and re-invention in Goh Poh Seng's Bird with one wing. SPAN, 24:151-164, 1987. [PR9080 SPA]

Koh, Tai Ann. Goh Poh Seng. IN Benson, Eugene & Conolly, L. W., eds. Encyclopedia of post-colonial literatures in English. London: Routledge, 1994. Pp. 593. [PR19 Enc]

Lee, Aaron. Poetry from the heart: doctor's other work. Straits Times. Life!: 17, Apr. 22, 2000. "Review of The girl from Ermita and selected poems". [Microfilm]

Stephens, Harold. Singapore's doctor poet. Asia Magazine: 5-8, Dec. 21, 1980. [DS1 AM]

Winslow, Nallamma. Review of Eyewitness. Singapore Book World, 7:27-28, 1976. [Z464.12 SBW]

 

Heng Siok Tian

Alfian Sa'at. Of malls, small and stalking myself. Straits Times. Life!: 24, Dec. 11, 1999. "Review of My city, my canvas". [Microfilm]

 

Ho Poh Fun

Lee, Tzu Pheng. Foreword. IN Ho, Poh Fun. Katong and other poems. Singapore: UniPress, 1994. Pp. xiii-xiv. [PL5149 Hpf.K]

 

Kirpal Singh

Brewster, Anne. Review of Arthur Yap's Man snake apple & other poems, and Kirpal Singh's Palm readings. SPAN, 24:104-106, 1987. [PR9080 SPA]

Brewster, Anne. Singh, Kirpal. IN Benson, Eugene & Conolly, L. W., eds. Encyclopedia of post-colonial literatures in English. London: Routledge, 1994. Pp. 1495-1496. [PR19 Enc]

Churches, Christine. Review of Twenty poems. Pacific Quarterly Moana, 4(1):103-104, 1979. [PN1 PQ]

Ee, Tiang Hong. Review of Twenty poems. Asiaweek: 52, June 30, 1978. [DS1 A]

Janadas Devan. Review of Twenty poems. Commentary, 3(1):54-57, 1978. [DS599.1 C]

Kanaganayakam, Chelva. Kirpal Singh. IN Kanaganayakam, Chelva. Configurations of exile: South Asian writers and their world. Toronto: TSAR, 1995. "Interview with Kirpal Singh". Pp. 96-110. [PR9410 Kan]

Rao, A. V. Krishna. Kirpal Singh - Palm reading. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 69-74. [PL5145 Cri]

Patke, Rajeev S. Kirpal Singh. IN Nelson, Emmanuel S., ed. Writers of the Indian diaspora: a bio-bibliographical critical sourcebook. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1993. Pp. 413-417. [PR9485.45 Wri]

Xuan, Xong. Review of Twenty poems. Sunday Nation: 22, Aug. 20, 1978. [Microfilm]

 

Jeffrey T. H. Lee

Wong, Augustine. A critical review of the 1993 Singapore Literature Prize winning poetry collections - Curious road, Places where I've been and The sea is never full. Commentary, 12(1):115-119, 1996. [DS599.1 C]

 

Lee Tzu Pheng

Arulchothy, Vanitha. Art as commitment. CRNLE Reviews Journal, 1:27-30, 1992. "Review of On the brink of an amen". [PR9080 CRJ]

Aveling, Harry. "Broken, he leaves her whole": woman, man, art and God in the poetry of Lee Tzu Pheng. Tenggara, 30:37-54, 1990. [PL5144 TE].

Ban, Kah Choon. The poetry of Lee Tzu Pheng: part 1. Focus, 5: 23-31, 1971. [PL5144 F]

Brewster, Anne. 'The extravagance of our need': lyrical poetry and community in the work of Lee Tzu Pheng. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Interlogue: studies in Singapore literature. Vol. 2. Poetry. Singapore: Ethos Books, 1999. Pp. 69-76. [PL5145 Stu]

Brewster, Anne. Lee Tzu Pheng. IN Benson, Eugene & Conolly, L. W., eds. Encyclopedia of post-colonial literatures in English. London: Routledge, 1994. Pp. 836-837. [PR19 Enc]

Chan, Felicia Eng Bin. An interview with Lee Tzu Pheng. IN Chan, Felicia Eng Bin. Silences may speak: the poetry of Lee Tzu Pheng. Singapore: Times Books International, 1999. Pp. 30-62. "Interview was conducted on 18 Dec. 1997". [PL5149 Ltp*C]

Chan, Felicia Eng Bin. Silences may speak: the poetry of Lee Tzu Pheng. Singapore: Times Books International, 1999. 96p. [PL5149 Ltp*C]

Choh, Clarinda. Lee Tzu Pheng's "My country and my people" - revisited. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Interlogue: studies in Singapore literature. Vol. 2. Poetry. Singapore: Ethos Books, 1999. Pp. 173-181. [PL5145 Stu]

De Souza, Dudley. Review of Against the next wave by Lee Tzu Pheng. Commentary, 7(4):57-58, 1989. [DS599.1 C]

Hosillos, Lucila. The inner world of Lee Tzu Pheng's poetry. Solidarity, 101:45-51, 1984. [DS651 S]

Janadas Devan. Review of Prospect of a drowning by Lee Tzu Pheng. Commentary, 4(20:101-104, 1980. [DS599.1 C]

Kirpal Singh. An essay on Lee Tzu Pheng's My country and my people. Commentary, 1(2):34-37, 1975. [DS599.1 C]

Kirpal Singh. Lee Tzu Pheng - My country, my people. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 37-43. [PL5145 Cri]

Koh, Buck Song. Latest poems echo themes of first collection. Straits Times, Aug. 31, 1988. "Review of Against the next wave". [Microfilm]

Lau, Yoke Ching. Review of Against the next wave. Tenggara, 24:154-156, 1980. [PL5144 TE]

Lau, Yoke Ching. Speaking as women: the poetry of Shirley Lim and Lee Tzu Pheng. Commentary, 7(2/3):103-117, 1987. [DS599.1 C]

Lee, Mervyln Yong Ling. A study of Lee Tzu Pheng's poetry. 40p. Academic exercise - Dept. of English Language & Literature, National University of Singapore, 1987. [PR13 *1987 16]

Lee, Tzu Pheng. A post-csript to 'My country and my people'. IN Kwok, Kian Woon, et al., eds. Our place in time: exploring heritage and memory in Singapore. Singapore: Singapore Heritage Society, 1999. Pp. 20. [DS599.4 Opt]

Lim, Richard. She who peers at us. New Nation, Aug. 30, 1980. "Review of Prospect of a drowning". [Microfilm]

Lindley, Arthur. Review of Prospect of a drowning. Singapore Book World, 11:45, 1980. [Z464.12 SBW]

Ong, Sor Fern. Award-winning poet puts herself between the lines. Straits Times: 21, Sept. 6, 1997. [Microfilm]

Patke, Rajeev S. Singapore and the two Ulysses. The Arts, 6:24-30, 1998. "Critique of Edwin Thumboo's Ulysses by the Merlion and Lee Tzu Pheng's The Merlion to Ulysses". [LG399 Nus.TA]

Sharrad, Paul. Lee Tzu Pheng - Leaving. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 44-47. [PL5145 Cri]

Toh, Weng Choy. The oyster shares her pearl. Straits Times, Dec. 6, 1980. "Review of Prospect of a drowning". [Microfilm]

Wong, Ming Yook. The rock of inner realities. CRNLE Reviews Journal, 1:61-65, 1990. "Review of Against the next wave". [PR9080 CRJ]

 

Leo, David

Hasnain, Tara Dhar. "Criss-crossing rites and roots": David Leo's One journey, many rivers. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Interlogue: studies in Singapore literature. Vol. 2. Poetry. Singapore: Ethos Books, 1999. Pp. 159-172. [PL5145 Stu]

 

Leong Liew Geok

Arulchothy, Vanitha. Confronting the split. CRNLE Reviews Journal, 1:66-69, 1991. "Review of Love is not enough". [PR9080 CRJ]

Lim, Shirley. Rhyme and reason of women without men. Straits Times. Life!: 17, Dec. 18, 1999. "Review of Women without men". [Microfilm]

Tope, Lily Rose. A woman's voice. Solidarity, 130:53-55, 1991. "Review of Love is not enough". [DS651 S]

 

Margaret Leong

Lim, Shirley. A problematic of identity: Margaret Leong in Singapore. IN Thumboo, Edwin, ed. Perceiving other worlds. Singapore: Times Academic Press for UniPress, 1991. Pp. 139-150. "Margaret Leong was an American writer who came to Singapore in 1951, married a Malayan and taught in the local schools and left Singapore in 1961". [PR9698 Per]

 

Chandran Nair

D'Cruz, Doreen. Chandran Nair - The land. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 48-52. [PL5145 Cri]

Govindasamy, Nirmala D. Chandran Nair: an appraisal. Commentary, 4(2):56-58, 1980. [DS599.1 C]

Kirpal Singh. Chandran Nair - Lallang. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 53-56. [PL5145 Cri]

Kirpal Singh. Nair, Chandran. IN Benson, Eugene & Conolly, L. W., eds. Encyclopedia of post-colonial literatures in English. London: Routledge, 1994. Pp. 1075-1076. [PR19 Enc]

 

Alvin Pang

Gwee, Li Sui. His hook catches words like blind fish. Straits Times. Life!: 17, Dec. 12, 1998. "Review of Testing the silence". [Microfilm]

 

Darren Shiau

Cheong, Felix. A flock of words in sure hands. Straits Times. Life!: 20, June 17, 2000. "Review of Peninsular". [Microfilm]

 

Desmond Sim

Wong, Augustine. A critical review of the 1993 Singapore Literature Prize winning poetry collections - Curious road, Places where I've been and The sea is never full. Commentary, 12(1):115-119, 1996. [DS599.1 C]

 

Sng Boh Khim

Jones, Dorothy. Sng Boh Khim - Good ching ming day. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 66-68. [PL5145 Cri]

 

Tan Kim Liang

Wong, Augustine. A critical review of the 1993 Singapore Literature Prize winning poetry collections - Curious road, Places where I've been and The sea is never full. Commentary, 12(1):115-119, 1996. [DS599.1 C]

 

Paul Tan

Kirpal Singh. An interview with Paul Tan. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Interlogue: studies in Singapore literature. Vol. 2. Poetry. Singapore: Ethos Books, 1999. Pp. 183-189. [PL5145 Stu]

 

Simon Tay

Goh, Eck Keng. Tay, Simon. IN Benson, Eugene & Conolly, L. W., eds. Encyclopedia of post-colonial literatures in English. London: Routledge, 1994. Pp. 1152-1153. [PR19 Enc]

Kwan-Terry, John. Simon Tay - The magician to his audience. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 75-79. [PL5145 Cri]

Tay, Simon. Why I write. The Arts, 1:9-11, 1995. [LG399 Nus.TA]

Yu, Ovidia. Beyond being a young poet. Commentary, 7(1):59-60, 63, 1986. "Review of '5' ". [DS599.1 C]

 

Edwin Thumboo

Ban, Kah Choon. Ulysses by the Merlion/Oedipus at the waterfront. ACLALS Bulletin, 7(2):39-50, 1985. [Perind Reprint Collection]

Bennett, Bruce. Edwin Thumboo: the poet as traveller. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Interlogue: studies in Singapore literature. Vol. 2. Poetry. Singapore: Ethos Books, 1999. Pp. 77-83. [PL5145 Stu]

Bu, Charlotte. Review of Ulysses by the Merlion. World Literature Today, 54(4):700, 1980. [Z1007 BA]

Chiang, Shu-chen. 'We tap tradition and modernity': Edwin Thumboo and the national question. Tamkang Review, 29(2):143-157, 1998. [PL2250 TR]

Chin, Woon Ping. A native worlding: deccolonisation and "race" in the poetry of Edwin Thumboo. IN Thumboo, Edwin, ed. Perceiving other worlds. Singapore: Times Academic Press for UniPress, 1991. Pp. 269-282. [PR9698 Per]

De Souza, Dudley. Critical balance: a note on Edwin Thumboo's critical assumptions. Commentary, 4(2):59-61, 1980. [DS599.1 C]

De Souza, Dudley. Edwin Thumboo - Conversations with my friend Kwang Min at Loong Kwang of Outram Park. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 17-24. [PL5145 Cri]

De Souza, Dudley. Gods can die: the writer and moral or social responsibility: a Singaporean poet's quest for social significance in his art. Solidarity, 104/105: 89-94, 1985. [DS651 S]

Ee, Tiang Hong. Responsibility & commitment: the poetry of Edwin Thumboo. Singapore: Singapore University Press, 1997. 196p. [PL5149 Thu*E]

Fernando, Lloyd. Thumboo, Edwin. IN Benson, Eugene & Conolly, L. W., eds. Encyclopedia of post-colonial literatures in English. London: Routledge, 1994. Pp. 1563-1565. [PR19 Enc]

Gooneratne, Yasmine. Edwin Thumboo - Ulysses by the Merlion. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 7-16. [PL5145 Cri]

Harrex, Syd & Mishra, Sudesh. Interview with Edwin Thumboo. CRNLE Reviews Journal, 1 & 2: 181-191, 1988. [Pr9080 CRJ]

Heng, Geraldine. Measure of grace: the poetry of Edwin Thumboo. Commentary, 4(2):66-76, 1980. [DS599.1 C]

Hosillos, Lucila. The refractive poetry of Edwin Thumboo. Mithi, 9:2-52, 1985. [Perind Reprint Collection]

Kirpal Singh. Edwin Thumboo - Gods can die. World Literature Written in English, 17(2):598-603, 1978. [PR9080 WN]

Kirpal Singh. Towards a Singapore classic: Edwin Thumboo's 'Ulysses by the Merlion'. Literary Criterion, 15(2):74-87, 1980. [PR1 LC]

Kirpal Singh & Ooi, Boo Eng. The poetry of Edwin Thumboo: a study in development. World Literature Written in English, 24(2):454-459, 1984. [PR9080 WN]

Koh, Buck Song. Edwin Thumboo. IN Nelson, Emmanuel S., ed. Writers of the Indian diaspora: a bio-bibliographical critical sourcebook. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1993. Pp. 439-444. [PR9485.45 Wri]

Koh, Buck Song. The return of Edwin Thumboo. Straits Times: 2, May 22, 1993. [Microfilm]

Kwan-Terry, John. Review of Gods can die. World Literature Today, 52:524, 1978. [Z1007 BA]

Leong, Liew Geok. "We must make a people": the lyric enterprise of Edwin Thumboo. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Interlogue: studies in Singapore literature. Vol. 2. Poetry. Singapore: Ethos Books, 1999. Pp. 35-49. [PL5145 Stu]

Lim, Shirley. The conversions of a national poet: Edwin Thumboo. IN Lim, Shirley. Nationalism and literature: English language writing from the Philippines and Singapore. Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 1993. Pp. 91-129. [PL5145 Lim]

Lim, Shirley. Edwin Thumboo: a study of influence in the literary history of Singapore. IN Bennett, Bruce; Ee, Tiang Hong & Shepherd, Ron, eds. The writer's sense of the contemporary: papers in Southeast Asian and Australian literature. Nedlands, WA: Centre for Studies in Australian Literature, University of Western Australia, 1982. Pp. 30-34. [PL3508 Wri]

Nazareth, Peter. Edwin Thumboo interviewed by Peter Nazareth. World Literature Written in English, 18(1):60-61, 1979. [PR9080 WN]

Nazareth, Peter. Edwin Thumboo on his own poetry: an interview with Peter Nazareth. Pacific Moana Quarterly, 6(2):109-132, 1981. [PN1 PQ]

O'Sullivan, Vincent. Edwin Thumboo - Gods can die. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 1-6. [PL5145 Cri]

Patke, Rajeev S. Singapore and the two Ulysses. The Arts, 6:24-30, 1998. "Critique of Edwin Thumboo's Ulysses by the Merlion and Lee Tzu Pheng's The Merlion to Ulysses". [LG399 Nus.TA]

Sng, Elaine. Two South East Asian poets: Ee Tiang Hong (Malaysia), Edwin Thumboo (Singapore). 96p. Academic exercise - University of Queensland, 1983. [PL5149 Eth*S]

Thumboo, Edwin. Notes on a sense of history. IN IN Kirpal Singh, ed. The writer's sense of the past: essays on Southeast Asian and Australian literature. Singapore: Singapore University Press, 1987. Pp. 223-233. [PL3508 Wrt]

Thumboo, Edwin. The search for style and theme: a personal account. IN Bennett, Bruce; Ee, Tiang Hong & Shepherd, Ron, eds. The writer's sense of the contemporary: papers in Southeast Asian and Australian literature. Nedlands, WA: Centre for Studies in Australian Literature, University of Western Australia, 1982. Pp. 1-7. "Also published in Singapore Book World, vol. 14, pp. 1-9, 1984". [PL3508 Wri]

Tope, Lily Rose. Edwin Thumboo's A third map: ambivalent nationalism in Singapore. Journal of English Studies and Comparative Literature, 1(1):78-97, 1996. [PR9550 JES]

Webster, Jonathan J. The poet's language: foregrounding in Edwin Thumboo's Gods can die. World Englishes, 17(3):359-368, 1998. [PE1128 WLE]

Yeo, Robert. Who's afraid of Edwin Thumboo? Solidarity, 96:43-51, 1983. [DS651 S]

 

Wong May

Barth, Valerie. Review of Superstitions by Wong May. Commentary, 4((2):97-100, 1980. [DS599.1 C]

Yeo, Robert. Wong May - The shroud. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 57-61. [PL5145 Cri]

 

Angeline Yap

Lau, Yoke Ching. Hurrah for the circus. Commentary, 7(2-3):142-144, 1987. "Review of Collected poems". [DS599.1 C]

 

Arthur Yap

Bennett, Bruce. Yap, Arthur. IN Benson, Eugene & Conolly, L. W., eds. Encyclopedia of post-colonial literatures in English. London: Routledge, 1994. Pp. 1672-1673. [PR19 Enc]

Brewster, Anne. Arthur Yap - Dramatis personae. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 31-36. [PL5145 Cri]

Brewster, Anne. Formations of nationalism: Arthur Yap and Philip Jeyaretnam. IN Brewster, Anne. Literary formations: post-colonialism, nationalism, globalism. Carlton South, Vic.: Melbourne University Press, 1995. Pp. 102-111. [PR9434 Bre]

Brewster, Anne. Introduction. IN Yap, Arthur. The space of city trees: selected poems. London: Skoob Books, 2000. Pp. xi-xxii. [PL5149 Ya.S]

Brewster, Anne. Review of Arthur Yap's Man snake apple & other poems, and Kirpal Singh's Palm readings. SPAN, 24:104-106. 1987. [PR9080 SPA]

Cheong, Celine Siew Yin. Portrait of the artist as a Singaporean. 55p. Academic exercise - Dept. of English Language & Literature, National University of Singapore, 1988. "Studies the poetry of Arthur Yap to arrive at a portrait of him as an artist and as a Singaporean". [PR13 *1988 4]

Helmi Yusof. Poetry between mutter and stutter. Straits Times. Life!: 16, Feb. 19, 2000. [Microfilm]

Heng, Geraldine. Review of Down the line by Arthur Yap. Commentary, 4(2):105-109, 1980. [DS599.1 C]

Kirpal Singh. Review of Commonplace. Westerly, 23(2):94-95, 1978. [AP7 W].

Lee, Aaron. Poetic god of small things. Straits Times. Life!: 20, Mar. 4, 2000. "Review of The space of city trees: selected poems". [Microfilm]

Lim, Shirley. Sub/versions of a national poetry: Arthur Yap. IN Lim, Shirley. Nationalism and literature: English language writing from the Philippines and Singapore. Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 1993. Pp. 130-156. [PL5145 Lim]

Lim, Shirley. Arthur Yap - 2 mothers in a HDB playground. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 25-30. [PL5145 Cri]

Sullivan, Kevin. Achievement: the poet with an artist's touch ...Arthur Yap. Southeast Asian Review of English, 8:3-20, 1984. [PL5144 SAR]

Yeo, Robert. Parts of speech: a speculative note on Arthur Yap's Commonplace. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Interlogue: studies in Singapore literature. Vol. 2. Poetry. Singapore: Ethos Books, 1999. Pp. 69-76. [PL5145 Stu]

 

Robert Yeo

James, Louis. Robert Yeo - Saigon. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Critical engagements: Singapore poems in focus. Singapore: Heinemann Asia, 1986. Pp. 62-65. [PL5145 Cri]

Janadas Devan. A note on Robert Yeo. Commentary, 4(2): 77-83. 1980. "This was followed by correspondence from Ee Tiang Hong and Devan Janadas, published in Commentary, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 77-83". [DS599.1 C]

Kirpal Singh. Responsibility, commitment and the poetry of Robert Yeo. Chandrabhaga, 9/10:92-97, Summer & Winter 1983. [Perind Reprint Collection]

Kirpal Singh. Review of And napalm does not help. Westerly, 23(2):94-95, 1978. [AP7 W].

Lee, Aaron. I want to talk with Mum. Straits Times. Life!:12, Oct. 9, 1999. "Review of Leaving home, mother: selected poems". [Microfilm]

Lewis, Peter-John. Interrogating Singapore. CRNLE Reviews Journal, 1:73-76, 1991. "Review of A part of three: poems, 1966-1988". [PR9080 CRJ]

Patke, Rajeev S. Yeo, Robert. IN Benson, Eugene & Conolly, L. W., eds. Encyclopedia of post-colonial literatures in English. London: Routledge, 1994. Pp. 1674-1675 [PR19 Enc]

Wilding, Michael. Introduction. IN Yeo, Robert. Leaving home, mother. Singapore: Angsana Books, 1999. Pp. 11-21. [PL5149 Ycc.L]

Wilding, Michael. The poetry of Robert Yeo. IN Bennett, Bruce; Doyle, Jeff & Nandan, Satendra, eds. Crossing cultures: essays on literature and culture of the Asia-Pacific. London: Skoob Books in association with University College, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra and the Centre for Studies in Australian Literature, University of Western Australia, 1996. Pp. 141-148. [GN366 Cro]

Wong, Ming Yook. Reading Yeo: a consideration of "A part of three: poems 1966-1988". Southeast Asian Review of English, 20:71-75, 1990. [PL5144 SAR]

Wong, Soak Koon. "Location" and identity in Robert Yeo's poetry. IN Kirpal Singh, ed. Interlogue: studies in Singapore literature. Vol. 2. Poetry. Singapore: Ethos Books, 1999. Pp. 69-76. [PL5145 Stu]

Yeo, Robert. Staying honest: reflections on 25 years of writing. Arts, 3:35-38, 1996. [LG399 Nus.TA]

 

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